Monday, February 29, 2016
We hope our warnings were heeded and everyone protected their ears. We are about to finish up a quilt and start on a new one and the kitty shrieks have been absolutely terrible. And tomorrow isn't shaping up to be much better as we have high hopes of spending all day stitching. Please guard your ears now.
Sunday, February 28, 2016
We thought we should warn you now, please keep your ears securely covered tomorrow. A kitty shriek fest is expected. We learned of a way to help the human sell some stuff she has been trying to sell for the longest time and we plan to work on it tomorrow. And we expect an angry kitty as a result as the human has said something about any funds we raise for her might just be put towards a visit to our mouse siblings' big cousins in Florida. Also, we are hoping to do some sewing, so really, please wear your ear protection all day is all that we can tell you. We apologize in advance for the noise.
Saturday, February 27, 2016
You won't believe the foolish bit of reporting that just aired on our local television station. Really, shouldn't these people know better? The local homeless shelter for mountain bears just helped a homeless bear move into a new den today, and the news station aired a feature on it, including giving enough information to allow the den to be located! Betsy Bear was lounging on the sofa during this report, and of course she took notes for a future robbery. What was the news thinking? They are located right up from the street from our home and certainly should know of the dangers that Betsy poses. So why in the world would they give her the information she needs to rob yet another innocent bear of all of their honey? They should be ashamed!
Friday, February 26, 2016
We've been having some internet problems, we're afraid, which is why we weren't able to issue a warning to you about the high likelihood of kitty shrieks this afternoon before they happened. We hopped to the fabric store and got four yards of batting to assemble quilts with tomorrow, Four giant yards of batting two. The fabric is four yards one way and eight two and a half yards the other so that's a lot of batting. We're sorry we weren't able to warn you, really we are. Anyway, please keep your ear protection handy. We might hop to the fabric store again tomorrow or work on quilt assembly, and we are expecting a nightmarish amount of shrieks as a result.
Sunday, February 21, 2016
Sorry about the shrieks today. We hopped to the teddy adoption center and met three lovely bears, a nice dragon and a cute zebra in need of new homes. We're now up to 905 siblings. Really, we are very sorry. We hope the screams didn't wake anyone, because we did visit the adoption center early to try to avoid crowds. And then afterwards, we hopped to the fabric department of our favorite store and got a few yards of material for clothing construction. And had a long chat with someone about stitching. If you were wondering what the persistent shrieks that went on for what seemed like forever at lunchtime was about, that was it. We hope it didn't disturb your meals unduly. Oh, and a warning now, we might hop to the country tomorrow, so please keep your ear protection handy. We're expecting a horrible amount of shrieks and shouts if we do.
Friday, February 19, 2016
Please keep your ear protection handy this weekend and be ready to put it on at the first sound of a kitty stirring into a fit. We have over 130 dollars to go towards adopting new teddy siblings and have high hopes for hopping to the adoption center tomorrow to pick a few new siblings out. We also have coupons for the fabric and craft stores, we are happy to announce, but with how Brother is taking it, well, we are expecting a massive amount of shrieking. Please protect yourselves now is all that we can say.
Thursday, February 18, 2016
Sorry for the screams today. We hopped to the store and got a spool of thread and two fat quarters of fabric. Brother didn't take it well. We're very sorry about that. Anyway, we just wanted to warn you that we're hoping to hop to the teddy adoption center this weekend, in addition to more stitching work, so we're expecting a ton of kitty shrieks. Please protect your ears accordingly.
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
We're very sorry for today's shrieks. We placed an email to a library to see about getting our paws on another card, to obtain some lovely books for the human. Brother was not pleased about this at all and is shouting about how reading will only lead to a lack of supervision of rabbits, and to cancel that library email immediately. He's being highly annoying. Sorry about that. We just hope he doesn't figure out we placed an order a bit ago to get some books sent to our library from another branch for the human or we shudder to think of the shrieks.
Monday, February 15, 2016
Thanks to some annoying snow, we were trapped inside today. One up side to our imprisonment in the house, though, is that we were able to get a lot of work on quilt assembly done. We're very sorry for the kitty shrieks that were a result of this. We should probably warn you to protect your ears now, too, because we're about to go back to stitching, and we're expecting a nightmare of noise very soon.
Sunday, February 14, 2016
We would like to offer our most sincere apologies for all of the Valentine trouble. We do hope the kitty shrieks this afternoon didn't bother anyone too much. We hopped to the fabric store and got roughly twelve yards of material, a spool of thread and several little packets of floss for quilt construction. Brother was not happy to say the least. We would also like to apologize for anyone missing candy. Betsy Bear attacked Cupid bright and early this morning and took him for any chocolate he was carrying. We're just glad he was able to flutter away before she could get her paws on his bow and arrows. Anyway, if you're missing a candy filled heart, the remains are in the back yard by the fence. Please pick it up as soon as possible. And we are sorry again for all of the trouble and noise.
Saturday, February 13, 2016
We hopped to the teddy adoption center this afternoon and met two of the nicest bears, bringing our sibling total to 900. We are a little concerned about these bears, though. They're perfectly lovely, sweet bears, but it didn't occur to us until we got home with them that their fur smells like candy, which is a trait of their breed of bear. You can probably imagine how Betsy reacted to catching the scent of candy in the house, and now we are very concerned for our two new sisters' safety. Maybe we need to arrange a bath for them, possibly with some sort of strong scented soap, before Betsy can do something horrible, thinking they have candy hidden somewhere. Why didn't we think of this when we were at the adoption center? They have supplies specifically for this type of situation!
Friday, February 12, 2016
We're very annoyed to report that we didn't get to do anything we hoped today. We were up, all bright and early, to get started, and then it started snowing so we were trapped inside! No chance to get more fabric and no chance to provide homes for a few more needy teddies. We couldn't believe our horrible luck! We are very suspicious of the timing, and are wondering if Brother might have tried his paws at a snow dance in order to keep us inside. It would be just like him.
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Sorry we haven't been on in few days. The internet hasn't been cooperating. We suspect some form of kitty sabotage. Anyway, we just wanted to warn you to brace yourselves tomorrow. We're expecting a giant kitty screamfest. We have plans to hop out to a fabric sale, and then hopefully to the teddy adoption center. We also have plans for some major stitching, so major kitty shrieks are expected starting bright and early in the morning. Please guard your ears accordingly.
Sunday, February 7, 2016
We're sorry about the shrieks this afternoon. We hope it didn't disrupt anyone's lunch. There's a pattern sale this week, and we got a couple of the cutest little packets of patterns for teddy clothing construction. And of course that horrible kitty amused himself pitching a fit over the entire thing. And we should let you know now that the sales flyer from the fabric store that we got along with news of the pattern sale was a good one, some more shrieks are expected later on in the week. Please guard your ears now.
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Sorry for the shrieks this afternoon. We got materials to assemble a quilt for blanket day and Brother didn't take it well. Please keep your ear protection close at hand next week, because when we were checking out we got a lovely coupon to use next week and we are hoping to get material for several more blankets. Loud shrieks are looming in the forecast so prepare accordingly.
Friday, February 5, 2016
We're thinking about hopping to the fabric store tomorrow in search of more fabric for blanket day construction. Please continue to wear your ear protection accordingly. We are predicting a large number of kitty shrieks tomorrow. In addition to fabric, we are thinking about hopping to the teddy adoption center, and you know how badly Brother always takes that. We apologize in advance for the noise.
Thursday, February 4, 2016
Please protect your ears now. We just learned that there is a holiday in a few weeks, devoted to the construction of blankets and quilts and Brother isn't taking the news of this holiday well at all. He's claiming it's some sort of holiday created by rabbits, and possibly polar bears, and when he finds out who allowed such a holiday to be created, he will see them in court. We shudder to think what he will be acting like on the actual day in question, which we plan to spend doing some major stitching. We're even thinking of hopping to a quilt shop that is taking part in this to sew with our fellow stitchers. Please invest in strong ear protection now while you still can. A major cat shriek fest in due in two weeks.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
We're very sorry for the repeated screams today. We did a bit of stitching on one of the baby quilts we're working on, and Brother was not pleased. We also hopped by the food co-op, which annoyed him as well. And we learned the most interesting thing while we were there. The co-op is trying to pawn kitties off on people this month. We wonder if one of the kitties in question might be brother and if his shrieks could be due to us getting too close to his hiding place instead of his usual complaints about the co-op encouraging us in gardening. We might need to check that out. And tonight we've been looking for movies for the human, and he's complaining about that too, and saying that we just want to get her films so she won't be supervising us, and who knows what we might get away with. If you were planning to head to bed, we suggest sleeping with ear protection.